The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899, May 11, 1878, Image 3

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    Kortot fiimpU snnouncement nl births, mar
rfaMsaaA deaths will b inserted without charge.
ftkUuary notioM will b charged for at th rmU of 10
eeuU par un
yft Miont no responsibility for vlsws expressed
by oorriw""'
Hlnile copies of ths Gou,ln wrappers for mill
in, may bs obtained at thii office.
TTtT AND ' COUNTY.
BttlEF MENTION.
The monthly Temperance meeting will be
bald in the Presbyterian Chnrch to-morrow
evening. ; '
Andrew Hunt has just received a G ne lot of
the newest style of "Walkiufast" gents
hoes. '
Eld. E. M. Barnet will preach Sunday,
May 12th at the Christian (Brick) chnrch
morning and evening.
Elsewhere will be found the proceedings of
the meeting to consider the question of hold
ing celebration of the Foirth of July.
The funeral of R. M. Moore, Sr., will take
place from his late residence to-morrow morn
ing at 10 o'clock. All Master Masons in good
standing are invited to attend,
Issac SteinhoUer has the Guest assortment
of chewing and smoking tobacco of all the
favorite brands, also a fine lot of cigars, efc.
Qive Ike a call and satisfy yourselves.
' We advise all who wish to have a good
likeness taken to call on Mr. Winter at his
gallery as early as practicable, as he proposes
going east of the Cascades this summer.
Rev. J. T. Wolfe will preach in the M. E.
church of this city to-morrow morning and
evening. Morning subject, "Duty toward
parents;" evening, "The immortality of the
ouL"
The old shabby wooden awnings fro.n the
corner of Ninth and Willamette street to
Ellsworth's drug store have been pulled down
and will be replaced with new ones support
ed by brackets.
The ladies of the Fresbyterian Church will
give the tirst of a series of Mite Socials at the
residence of the pastor, Rev. Dr. Geary, on
next Friday evening. Cake and cone, Dick
en's Charades "en costume," select readings,
mniic, and a generally good time may bj ex
pected. A cordial invitation is extended to
alL
We have received the first number of the
"Junction Signal," a new candidate for pub
he favor. The Signal is a five column weekly,
published iu that thriving little city by VV.
W. Mjore St, Co. It is Uj.nocratic in poli
tics, and contains more interesting miscella
neous matter and general local news than a
great many more pretentious journals, and
deserves the patronage of that community.
Decline. William Walker, the nomi
nee for Sheriff on the Greenback ticket, re
quest us to say that he respectfully de
clines the honor. .. a rr .
Rum awat. Thursday a team bolongiung
to Elder Rees ran away on Oak street Af
ter ruuuiug two or three blocks they strad
dled a tree and stopped. ' Damage, a broken
tongue and singletree. . .
Notick. Thore wiil be a meeting of the
Lane Co. Pomona Grauge at Eueue City
on the third Tuesday of this mouth (May)
1878, to convene at 10 o'clock A. M.
W. J. Colkman, Sec.
Nkw store. Messrs. Marion Wilkins and
Dr. T. W. Shelton re fitting a part of the
store room ctct'ilpied by Underwood Bros,
brokers'' office for a drag store. They expect
to be ready for buiiness iu about a mouth.
Died. At his resideuce in this city on
the morning of the 10th inst, Mr. iL M.
Moore, Sr., aged 76 years.
Mr. Moore was an old settler in this city
and had an extensive acquaintance both in
Oregon and California. He bad been en
gaged in the lumbering business, and a num
ber of years since had one band cut off by a
mill saw, and three or four years ago was un
fortunate enough to lose the other arm in the
same way. He has been almost helpless ever
since, and for several months has been as
feeble as an infant
Examinations The final examinations
of the senior class of the University closed
last week and the members are relieved from
further duty during the session. They are
now engaged in preparing their essays and
orations for the com nencemjut exercises
which take place on the 21st of June next
The following are the names of the graduating
class: Miss Nellie Cood m. J. C. Wikteaker,
Robt. S. Bean, Goo. S. Washburne and M.
8. Wallace
Wicked. We heard this week of a little
piece of hoodlum wickedness which occurred
iu the western part of the county. A local
preacher had an appointmeut to preach in
that section, and upon arriving at the place,
et his saddlebags down. Some young repro
bates procured a bottle of alcohol, poured the
contents over his bible, which was in one
end of the saddlebags, put the bottle in the
other. When the preacher took his bible
ont and Sraelled it, be pushed bii sleeves up
nd said, "Brethren and Sisters, I feel more
like fighting than preaching." Turning
round and again taking hold of bis saddle
bags the bottle rolled out upon the floor.
Here our information ends. We do not
Touch, but give it as it waa told us.
8bockino Aocidckt. Last Monday Mr.
And Mrs. Thomas Judkins, who lived about
two' miles above Eugene bad gone over to
SpringSeld, about a mile from their residence,
n a back, and started to return. After go
ing a short distance one of the horse shook
his bridle off and the team becoming anman
geable started to run, and after running a
few rods Mrs. J. was throws out, sustaining
"now injuries. The Uswa ran on and ia
"king the term near the bridge Mr. J. was
ioleotly thrown to the around striking sux
bis hreaet, aad was so badly injured that he
4Ua a short time. Mr. J. waa preparing
eelebrate bis aereatv-fifth, birth dav which
0ened oo that day, aad bad iavited hi
cuidrea aad grandchildren to a family reaa-
to do boner to the event It is thought
that Mrs. J. wfl recover.
Basi Ball, In the Albany Register and
Leader of this week appeared articles notic
ing the match game of base ball played at
this place last week between the Linns of
Albany and the University boys of Eugene,
in which several false assertions were made
which reflected considerably upon the hospi
tality not only of the base ball boys but upon
that of the citizens of Eugene in general.
The article pretends to bave been written at
the "request of the Albany boys," which we
did hope was not the truth, but we are re
luctantly compelled to believe that such was
the case from the fact that our boys have re
ceived no explanation or apology for the
same. Tbey say they "expected to be treat
ed half way decent when they came up here
but were totally ignored by the University
boys after the game." We will state the
facts and then submit to a reading public
whether they were,"treated half way decent"
or not: There was a carriage provided by
the U. B. B. C. in waiting at the depot to
convey the Linns to the ball ground and also
to convey them from ball ground to the ho
tel after the termination of the game. They
were provided with board and lodging at the
St. Charles Hotel during their stay in the'
city, without costing them a cent. There
was a party given, at the request of some of
their members, in their honor, to which they
eaoh received an invitation and free ticket
In fact they and their friend) were treated
as well and as hospitably as was in the pow
er of the University boys and their friends.
No effort was spared on the part of our boys
and of the citizens of Eugene in general to
do anything that would tend to inorease the
pleasure of the Linns or of the visitors . from
Albany. It is true that there were some pro
ceedings in which a part of tut Linns en
gaged, after tub cams, that we are proud
to say our boys did "totally ignore," and it
appears that the censure alone arose out of
the wide difference in moral ideas of the
members of the two clubs, but Eugene can
well be proud of her boys and can boast of a
base ball club that does not require the fos
tering care of a policeman in order to quell
their midnight reveling. We can safely say
that the charges made by the Albany papers
are wilfully and maliciously false, and that
our boys did everything in their power that
was honorable to make it pleasant aud agree
able for the Albany boys while here.
Thb Hkrvky Scbapb Since our last issue
we have learned the following particulars of
the Hervey-Coyle scrape near Monroe : It
seems that a man named Garlinghouse has
been living with a widow Mrs. Coyle
about eight years. Young Hervcy has been
employed by Mrs. Coyle for the past eigh
teen months to work on a farm, and while
in her employ Hervey and Garlinghouse had
a falling out, anil through the latter' influ
ence Hervey was discharged. Garlinghouse,
'tis said, has no frionds, or very few at best,
and the citizens have been threatening to
make him skedaddle for some time. Four of
the boys interested in the fracas went to
Hervey aud a boy named Lemon on the
night of the outrage (?) and said they were
going over to tar and feather Garlinghouse or
make. him leave the country, aud asked Her
vcy and Lemon to accompany them, which
invitation they accepted. About 10 o'clock
p. m. they proceeded to the bouse aud four
of the boys went up stairs to whore t arling-
house slept while the other two went into
Mrs. Coylo's room to prevent her from stirk
ing a light or raising an alarm. They brought
Garlinghouse down stairq and sat him down
on the floor, telling him they were going to
tar and feather him, but he begged so bard
he was released by promising to leave that
vicinity immediately. The report that the
woman was outraged is all false, It is prob
able that Mr. G. will be given a new coat
ere long if he don't make himself "scarce" in
those parts, so we are informed. Hervey
gave himself up last Tuesday and is now iu the
hands of the authorities of Benton county.
Valuable Invention .Mr W. H. Abrams
has been working upon an improvement in
saw mills and head blocks for several years
and lastjfall perfected his invention. He went
East several mouth ago and returned a few
days since having secured a patent for bis
invention. His improvement consists in an
automatic arrangement of the machinery to
shift the "cant" so as to cut a board of any
fiicknejs. After a log is cut into "cants"
two men can with this mill cut 10,000 feet
of inch lumber per day, beside this saving of
labor, there is A great saving of timber, the
saw cutif this machine being one-half less than
an ordinary circular saw. Mr. A. has secur
ed a patent for seventeen years, and Afor
tnoe in this invention. We yesterday vis
ited the large steam planing mill and sash and
door factory of W. H. Abrams A Bros, and
were surprised at the amount of work they
were turning out Mr. A. informed us that
they were now prepared to furnish all
kinds of dressed and Cuisbing lumber, doors,
saih, moulding and everything else pertain
ing to their business in unlimited quantities
at the very lowest figures. They are live
men, and fair and honorable dealers.
Cilizrm' Berlin;.
A number of the citizens of Eugene city
met at the Court House on Thursday even
ing. May 9th, 1878, for the purpose of taking
measure toward celebrating the coming 4tb
of July.
Upon motion T. G. Hendrick was chosen
Chairman and F. W. Osburn Secretary.
A motion was made and carried without
much opposition, that we celebrate.
A motion was made and earned that a
committee of five be appointed by the chair
to act as an executive committee, consisting
of E.J. McClanahan, J. G. Gray, G. Bett
maa, F. W. Oiburn and Cha. Laner. Upon
motion T. G. Hendricks was added to the
committee.
A motion vu made and earned that the
meeting adjourn to meet again two weeks
from next Saturday night
A Bjoxali Piano Tcsul Mr. Paul
Schoei will be i Eogene in a few day and
will attend to reparing and toning Piano or
Ormne. Lost order at Cram Bros, or A.
W. gtowell. .
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No. enrolled.
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Average No. belonging.
OACiUI
p U f p 1S
Average daily attend
anoe,
Per cent of attend-
testes wi
r w No. neither absent nor 2
C EiiSsq tardy. sT
Tbe primary school, grade "B," taught by
Miss Maggis Walker, having had the highest
per oentage of attendanoe during the month,
will be designated as tbe Banner school for the
month of May.
The following it the. Lane county, Green
baok ticket uorainated last Saturday :
Eor State Senator-Dr. Gill.
Representatives John Simpson, James
McFarlaud, Sara Branton and J. C. Jen
mngs.
County Clerk H. T. Bristow.
Sheriff-Wm. Walker.
Treasurer Mark Stevens.
Assessor H. B. Polly.
Commissioner J. W. Vaughan aud Geo.
Belshaw.
School Superintendent D. W. Bridge.
Surveyor Amo Wilkin.
Coroner Dr. Madison Canady. ,
G. R. Hammersly, John Simpson and J.
W. Vaughan were elected a county central
committee.
A CA11D.
We received the following resolutions adopt
ed by the Linn Bate Ball Club, from Mr. Paul
D'Heirry, Secretary :
Resolved. That the thanks of the Linn Base
Ball Club be tendered to the ladies of Eugene
City, who so kindly furnished our nine with
boqueU after the (fame, also to Mrs. C. W.
Fitch and Mrs. G. 11. Dorris for elegant floral
offerings to our club.
Resolved. That thetie resolutions be forward
ed to the Guard and Journal for publication.
W. Hawkins,
K G. Clark,
O. W. Sill,
Committee.
Tellurium Ouartz Company. Mr. W.
Y.' Brics. of Canvonville. President of this
company, gives us tho following particular
of the mine: The ledge is located two and a
half miles west of Canyonvuio, near placer
mines on Idaho Creek. It is live feet wide,
has been developed by a tuunel 220 feet, and
numerous shafts, and shows all through, the
existence of copper, silver aud gold in paying
quantities. The tunnel has just struck a
largo bed of rich ore, seveu leet wiue. i ne
seven owners have spent fifteen thousand dol
lars making developments, and are now sell
ing non-assessable stock to raise mean to
erect a quartz mill. They have invented or
discovered a process for reducing the ore at
small cost, and when a mill is at work to
crush it they are confidort that they will
show by working that they possess one of
the richest miues on this coast. The yield
of copper is from ten to thirty per cent and
would well pay for working, wmie me mil
lion contains again about 8 per cent of gold
and 8 per cent, of silver. Under tbe new
a C .1 a.
process sponen ol, nir. unggs is comment
the ore can be worked at a small cost, and
the metals easily separated. If this working
tiroceas is a success it will revolutionize
quartz mining and make many ores pay well
that are now i-eiraccory. necoru.
A fire brokeont it Tacoma. W. T.. on Mon-
rWv niirht whinh destroyed the furniture store
of Godkiu 4 Dirr, and a dwelling owned by
Judge Lewis in which Dirr lived. It was
imnimaiblfl to save anvthinz in the store, but
the dwelling was soon emptied of its contents,
which were saved, lxiss on me store aim
goods about $4,300, on which there was an
insurance of 82.000. The dwelling was worth
about Sj00.
PUBLIC JSPEAKINQ.
The Candidates of the diflernt parties, for
the Legeslature from this county will hold
joint discussions at the usual places of voting
in the following precent:
Willammette Precent on May 20.
1878
Mohawk
21
Springfield " ,
Pleasant H 11 "
Coast Fork "
Cottage Grove"
Siuslaw ' "
Richardson's "
Junction City "
Entrene Citv. June
22
23
24
25
27
28
29
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Siteaking will commence at one o'clock in
the afternoon.
Eugene City, Oregon, May, 30, 18S.
The Antecedents of Disease.
imonittln aiifawlMtitA nf iIUpaju) art inert-
ness in the circulation of the blood, an un-
indicating that the life current is deficient in
nutritive properties, a wan, narcara iook, ina
bility to disgest the food, hies of appetite, sleep
and stre'th, and a sensation of unnatural lan
guor. All these may be regarded as among the
indicia of approaching disease, which will
- ..1 .1,. .Kjt.m art A ntfa.wMm it.
if it is not built up and fortified in advance.
Invigorate, then, without loss oi lime, making
choice of tbe greatest vitalizing aent extant,
Hosletter s otnmacn outers, an eiiiir wui
tick and debilitated, which is avouched by
. V. J . 1 1 ...... a- , .,,,. a wull u
effective, which is immensely popular in this
country, ana extensively usea nirow,
which has Deen lor years pan one oi ins leau
ing medicinal staples of America.
Ladles' Attention.
Berlin Fashion Pattern at Dunn & Strat-
ton's.
We bave just received from the Eastern
factory, direct, a large stock of window
shade and wall paper ; among tbe latter are
many very pretty style embracing Grained
Pannels, Embossed, Gilt and Lac Patterns,
Satin and Common Blanks, all of which
we cell cheap, and no charg for trimro'ug
paper. JJUJ diKAi JU.1.
Robinson & Church at the Hardware 8tre
keep the largest and best selected stock of wall
paper and border in Eugene City, eomprirtng in
nut. Brown. Blanks. htm. Gilt and Ernbons-
ed paper, which they purchase direct from the
Eastern factnrie and will sell s cheap aa th
cheapest All paper trimmed free (4 charge.
TThe National Gold Medal was awarded to
Bradley A Rolofsr for the best PhoWnpbs
in ths United States, and the Vienna Medal
for the bsst in the world.
429 MoatfWMry Street, ftsa Frsacisoe.
h g 1 3
DR. PIERCE'S
STANDARD
REMEDIES
Are not advertised as "cure-alls," but are spe.
cities in the diseases for which they are recom
mended.
IXATUUAL SELECTION.
Investigations of natural science have demon
strated beyond controversy, that throughout
th animal kingdom the "survival of the fittest"
is in only law vouchsafes Unit and peretuity.
Doe not the same Drincinle govern the coiumer.
cial prosperity of man? An inferior cannot
supersede a stipetioi article. 13y reason of
superiormerit Dr. Pierce's Standard Medicines
hav outrivaled all others. Their sale in ths
United States alone exceeds one million dollars
per annum, while the amount exported fonts
up to several hundred thousand more. No
business could grow to such gurantic proportions
and rest upon any other basis than that of
merit
DR. SAGrK'9
CATARRH REMEDY
t J'teaiamt to ut.
DK.SAGK'S
CATARRH REMEDY
lit Cwtt txentt our a period of SOytari.
I 1314. RAQK'3
"CATARRH REMEDY
' lit Salt eoHttaHlly Inereattt.
DR. SAGKM
CATARRH REMEDY
Caret oj lit Mild, Soothing Sffeel.
DIl, SAGK'8
CATARRH REMEDY
Caret " Cold in JItad" and Catarrh,
Oxna.
AN OPEN LETTER.
It Speaks For Itself.
. Rockport, Mass., April 2, 1877.
Mr. Editor: Having read in your paiwr re
ports of the remarkable cures of catarrh, I am
induced to tell "what I know about catarrh,"
and I fancy the "snuff" and "inhailing-tube"
makers (mere dollar grabbers) would be glad if
they could emblazon a similar cure in the pa
pers. For 26 years I suffered with catarrh.
The nsaal pasages became completely closed.
"Snuff," "duC "ashes," "inhailiiig-tubes,"
and "Bticks," wouldn'i work though at inter
vals I would sniff up the so-called catarrh snuff
until I became a valuable tester for such medi
cines, I gradually grew worse, and no one can
know bow much I suffered or what a miserable
being I was. My head ached over my eyes so
that I was confined to my bed for many success
ive days, suffering the most intense pain, which
at one time lasted continuously for 168 hours.
All sense of smell and taste gone, sight and
hearinor impaired, body shrunken and weak
ened, nervous system shattered, and constitu
tion broken, and I was hawking and spitting
seven-eights of my time. I prayed for death
to relieve me nf my suffering. A favorable
notice in your paper of Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Remedy induced me to purchase a package,
and use it with Dr. Pierce' Nasal Douche,
which abuliea the remedy by hiidroetatic pres
sure, the only way compatible with common
sense, well Air. Editor, it mu not cure me
in three fouths of a second, nor in one hour or
month, but in lens than eight minutes I was
relieved, aud iu three months entirely cured,
and have remained so for over sixteen months.
While using the Catarrh Remedy, 1 used Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery to purify
mv blood and streirthen mv stomach. I also
kept liver active and bowels regular by the use
of his Pleasant Purgative Pellets, ll tnyex
nerience will induce other sufferers to seek the
same means of relief, this letter will have
answered its purpose. Yours truly
, o. u. iiKMica.
A CLOUD OF WITNESSES.
TfiA f.JInuinrr nninoi rift rf.i Aft !. ammitr til A
thuusamlt who hw been cured of catarrh by
4ulrs's Patnifh pMinsvlv
ItllO UPU Ul t-' jV XMWVSSBB SKVUI'UJ
A. F. Downs, New Geneva, Pa. ( D. J.
U.,l, ,t .Traanh Mn V. ('. Iwia. Rut
land, Vt ( Levi Springer, Nettie Lake, Ohio j
Chas. Norcrop, North Chesterfield, Me. j Mil
ton Jones. Scriba, N. Y. ; J.E. Miller, Bridger
Stition, Vvyo. t J. C. Merrlman. LoganBport,
Ind. ; M. M. Post, Loirttimport, lnd. ( J. W
liailey, Trcmont, Pa. ; H. 11. Ayres, La Porte,
. T. ..:,. M Kr l. Krnnnh. lml I I.
Williams, Canton, Mo. j W. A. Thayer. Onar
ga, 111. : 8. B. Nichols, Jr., Galveston, Texas i
Jonas F. Reiuert, Stonesville, Pa. ; S. W.
Lusk, Mcrarland, wis. ; jonnson tvunams,
Helmick, Ohio ; Mrs. M. A. Currey, Trenton,
ienn. ; J. U. Joenn, iveene, u. ; a. o. ras
per, Table Rock, W. Va. ; Louis Anders, Gays
port, Ohio j O. U. Chase, Elkhart, Ind. s Mrs.
Henry Haight, San Francisco, Cal. ; Mrs. E.
M. Gallusha, Lawrenceville, N. Y.j W. J.
Graham, Adel. Iowa : A. O. Smith. Newman,
(ia. ; Unas. luce, uaiiimore, mu. : uesse iu.
Sears, Carlisle, Ind. ; Dan'l B. Miller, Ft.
UT - . Un Xfinnl Anoiu MDn
lancy Street, New York H. W. Hall, Hast
ings, Mich. ( Wm. F. Marston, Lowell, Mass. j
I. W. ltoberts, Maricopa, Ariz, j Cha3. De.
laney, llurnsburg, t'a. i m. u. uoie, ijoweii,
Mass. : Mrs. C. J. Spurtin, Camden. Ala. ;
Chas. F. Kaw, Fredricktown. Ohio; Mrs. Lu
cy Hunter, Farmington, III. j Capt. E. J.
Sauldmg, Uamp niamoaugn, nm 5 1. .
Tracy, Steamboat Ifock, Iowa: Mrs. Lydia
Waite, Shuaban, N. Y. i J. M. Peck, Junction
City, Mont ; lfeury Ebe, liantas, Cal. -, L. P.
Cuminings, Rantoul, 111. ; 8. E. Jones, Charles
ton Four Corners, N. Y. ; Geo. F. Hall, Pueb
lo, Cal. ; Win. E. Bartrie, Sterling, Pa. j H. H.
Ebon, 948 Penn Street, Pittsburg, Pa. : J. R
Jackman, Samuel's Depot, Ky. i Henry Zob
rist, (ieneva, N. Y, : MUs flattie l'arrott,
Montgomery, Ohio ; L. lfedbrook, Chatham,
111. ; S. It. JUcUoy, jiasnpfin, wmo; v. .
Warner, North Jackson, Mich.: Mis Mary A.
Whine, Darien, Wis. ; John Ziegler, Carlisle
Springs, l a. ; .lames lompmns, ns v,ioim,
Minn.: Enoch Duer, Pawnee City, Neb. 1 Jo
leph T. Miller, Xenia, Ohio ; S. B. Nicholls,
.. 'I'., , H I,. T.uinl. I'niwr Alton.
. 1 ' T I 1 . A - . 1 h Vannv
11L : lonn UBVIS, 1 rew'vv, tviu. ,
Graham, Forest Cove, Ogn.
(jolden Medical Discovery
Is Alterative or Blood-eleanilng.
Golden Medical Discovery
Is rectorn.
Golden Medical Discovery
Is a Ctolsgogue, or urtt Btimnisnb
Golden Medical Discovery
Is Ionic.
Golden Medical Discovery
Ry reason of it Alterative proiwrties, cures
Ti: . t thm Tllnnrl And Kkin. as Scrofula.
JLIin:w ' ' .1. -" ' - .
or King's Evil j Tumors : Ulcers, or Old Sores;
Ulotches ; I'imnle ; na r.rupnons. nj vin,u
of it Pectoral proiwrties, it cure llninchial,
llinMb,uuiiHt -" - -1 1-,
sumption; Lingering Coughs; and thromc
Ijuyngitis. iu unoiagogu pnin.i
it an unequaled remelvfor Billiousneas ; Tor
pid Liver ; or Liver icimpiaini, ana 11s ion-
curing Inligestion, Loss of Appetite, and Dys-
r."- .. ... j j
W here tne sum is saiiow nu cu.crru wi.u
J nimt.!.. nr rKM tlir mTtt afTflf.
Ut'tKUca IK. J""l" ' ' " l l i
ulous swellings and affections, a few bottle of
Golden Mecical Wscovery win eneci an eniin
cure. If you feel dull, drowsy, debilitated,
have sallow color f skin, or yellowwb brown
spot on face or body, fremient headach or
diizines. bad tiute in mouth, internal heat or
chill alternated with hot flunhes, low spirits
and gloomy forebodings, irregular appetite, and
tongue coated, you are ufTring from Torpid
Liver, or BiHjousness." In many case of
"Liver Complaint." only part of these symp
toms are experienced. As a remedy fr iU
rocb ease, Dr. Faroes GMeo Medical Dis
eovery hu no equal, as it affects Tfrfert cures,
leaving u.w ... - j-.
THE PEOPLE'S MEDiCAL SERVANT.
Dr. R. V. Tvrm H the xJe proprietor ia1 mn-
mM by Anvntm. He lo the Aalborof U
pofi'sCBima SrM MeilKml AdTiwr. a work o
. . a .h Imtt knurtd AMI
ifktt-to owl-iirriD- n4 enlnrwl P,V
baa alreaT ' oi tb I 7 i"
R. V. PIERCE, M. D
World' Dipen$ry, Buffalo, N. Y.
In addrossing tbe pullic on this occasion, we do so with
more confidence than at any tinie since onr advent
in business. Our carter in business for
straight forward dealing and selling goods at the
lowest price is well known, and needs no comment.
Our STOCK for the Spring and Summer tradeis
THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED
Evr brought to Lane county, arid bought on the most advantageous term In SAN FRAN
' CISCO of the largest importing house,
Our STOCK is Immense, and we will
be impossioie tor us to give prices in inn immi
them cheerfully on calling and examining our large atocK of
Clothing for Men and Boys, s
Ladies and Misses' Linen Suits, v.,.
- , - DrfeSS GOOdS. latest styles,and trimraings to matcb.
Boots and Shoes of the be8t make and
very low prices.
Our stock in FANC Y GOODS is th best In th State, comprising
The Very Latest St jic
We invite the Ladies to our large stock of
Ladies, Misses ancTChildren's Hats,
Trimmed and untrimmed, which hate been .elected with great care, ,and to suit th most
fastidious. Also, Flowers, Ribbons and Oruamenta, in all rtyie.
IN DOMESTIC GOODS
Ve have a full line. You can save twenty-five per cent by calling ivxkis our coodi .before
purchasing. Prices cheerfully given on application. W want all kinds of Produc and
WAGONS, HACKS
ON HAND, AND MADE TO ORDER OF THE DJS3T iSASiLrm .uamaiau
As our Facilities are equal to any Establishmet In the State,
We can Promise our Patrons First
REPAIRING DONE
GIVE US A CALL BEFORE I TORfHAW
l O.H rivH.i.0 1U
Factory corner Olive and 8eventh
' IS
BEFORE PURCHASING, GO TO
A. V. PETERS & CO.
Dealers in General Merchandise, and examine the Celebrated
WHITE SEWING MAOHIjSE,
The best and most complete of
1 .11..
umv
Robinson & Church,
DKAJ.ERS IN
S1IELF& HEAVY HARDWARE
HAVE THB
Best Selcctea Stock In Oregon
S. H. FRIENDLY,
HAS JUST OPENED FOR THE SPKINO AND SUMMER TRADE
THE LARGEST STOCK OF GOODS
EVER BR0UHT
OUR STOCK OF
nT.OT FT I N"Gr
has been largely Increased and we can show as
handsome a line oi rcmuy uiuu k.fu u
MEN'S AND BOYS'
P.rTSIXESS AND DRESS SUITS
A can be found in the country, and at priees
. i . r.:i t mitw
inat cannot ju w ww..
niTR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
Is well filled with a splendid assortment of all
leading style and fashionable shades of goods.
EMPRESS CLOTHS, UOHAIU,
and
AMERICAN DRESS GOODS,
Plaid, Plain and Opera Flannel of all colors.
Bleached fc Unbleached Cotton Flan
nclR.
Ladies and Gents' Undorvrear,
SHAWLS and SUAIitfc;
DEXTER STABLE,
Jas' Humphrey, - Proprietor.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE,
w;nmtu Street. t j Eugene City.
TEAMS AND BUGGIES AND SADDLE
HORSES TO HIRE.
Hone boarded by th day. w or month
trum th moat reasonable tens.
May 12tf
BOCEBIES-ItUdkeepoaafiillaf
GR0CE21KS & PROVISIONS
And invite the Vntinn of hni-V"i-r'-
T. G. H E.NliKlf'KS
poll CKXEsttL JILKCHA5DISE
T.G. HENDRICKS,
and must SELL the same, and It would
and Latest Fashions.
S Rosenblatt & Co.
AND BUGGIES 1
- Class Work in every Respect.
ON SHORT NOTICE.
.NO EIEWHEPE. AS YOU WILL FIND
OXjlk ilia
Streets, Eugene City, Oregon.
Kinsey & Page.
A ' -
J
all, and sold on the most reason-
i
lerma.
HAVE FOR sale
at th LOWEST
Kates
IKON, STEEL.
AXES. ANVILS,
MAILS, ROPE
Cable Chains,
Li lass. Putty,
Tabl (and Pocket
CUTLERY,
OUN8. PISTOLS,
AMMUNITION,
AOKICULTTRAL
IMPLEMENTS,
Blasting Powder,
Fishing Tackle.
Eta, Etc.
We Invite an exam
ination of our goods,
confident that our
prices will suit th
time.
TO EUGENE.
WOOL BLANKETS,
. ALL COLORS.
Trunks and Traveling Satchels.
HATS AND CAPS In th leading style.
OILCLOTHS for floor and table use.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
We would eall special attention to our stock of
Mem' and Boy' Han Fraiiclsco Boot, t
Which we hav sold for a number of year with,
great satisfaction. E vury pair warranted.
A complete stock of
HARDWARE, PI-OW3 AND FARMING.
UTENSILS.
CHOICE TEAS, CANNED GOODS,
And all choice f A.vilLi uuui.tiu.E-a as
astonisbly low rates.
LIVERPOOL A CARMEN ISLAND SALT.
Highest price lor ill kind of produce and
WOOL.
S. II. FKIIDLY.
PHOTOGRAPHS.
Albert Jackson, Artist,
Take Photographs, Gems. Carbs, Cabinet' '
and Life Size, style and finwh equal to any
work don in the State. Pries reasonable.
GALLERY Willamette street, Eugene
City, Oregon, over Mrs. Jackson' Millinery
Store. deo!5n
PHOTOGRAPHS!
J. A. WINTER
MV all stvle of
PICTCRES, PHOTOGRAPHS, GEMS,.
REM li RANTS, And th new rtyla,
' "Oil Photo Winiatu-B."
Fictore enlargwl to any and paioWd,
rtouohd. )19f